Supporting work of exceptional artists.

Committed through a considered approach to quality, respect and individuality.

We proudly represent recordings from forward-thinkers Sophie Hutchings, Caspian, Deafcult, and more.



PO Box 704
Walkerville, SA 5081 Australia


For Publicity, Distro, License, Sync requests or to say hello –
[email protected]


We’re currently not accepting demos to better serve our current roster.

Questions & Help


The most common things we get asked are all here – Frequently Asked Questions

Store Help

Take a look at the Store Help homepage for customer assistance


Hobbledehoy is distributed worldwide digitally by The Orchard.

Physical distribution partners:

Ethos & Origins

From day one, the focus has been on providing forward-thinking artists with a collaborative partner sharing their vision, helping them build equity and retain ownership of their work. Partnering with only a small group of artists allows us to focus on the finer details, affording the artist freedom and room to develop — on their own terms.

Founded by Tom Majerczak while a student, deciding to sell his twenty year-old first car in favour of putting out a record and cycling everywhere instead.


We are not going to pretend that vinyl or CDs are environmental sound products. While they’re not single-use plastics, they are still plastic. But we are continually working toward reducing our environmental mark in how we operate.

Our home office is solar powered.

We generate considerably more power than we use, with the surplus feeding back into the power grid. For power required in the evenings, we choose to use 100% renewably sourced.

Decentralised inventory (reduced emissions / shorter shipping distances).

We have operations in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres to ship orders worldwide, currently operating from Australia, USA and UK.

Recyclable shipment packaging.

We’re not quite there yet, but we’re working with our suppliers to eliminate plastics in our packages and use recycled material. Our UK fulfilment is completely plastic-free with others nearly there.


We are actively working to provide a website that is accessible to all. Having worked in Disability for the better part of a decade, this is particularly close to my heart. By increasing the accessibility and usability of our site, we aim to adhere to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Please email us if you have difficulty accessing the site.